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Best-Dressed Man of the Week: Mark Ronson V. Douglas Booth

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When it comes to eveningwear, are you team Ronson or team Booth?

While women have always gotten to enjoy more diverse looks on the red carpet than men, sometimes the boys change it up a bit, often for the better. Now that we're getting close to the end of award show season, people are taking their red carpet looks very seriously.

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At the Grammys, star producer Mark Ronson won the Record of the Year award with Bruno Mars for "Uptown Funk." Ronson showed up at music's biggest night a bit laid back. Instead of a shirt and tie, Ronson went for a black tank top underneath his navy pinstriped blazer. Mark Ronson

Ronson kept all his style points by choosing sleek black pants and shoes. It's also super chic of him to think of an easy show-to-after-party transition for his outfit. I mean, did you see him without the jacket?

Meanwhile, on the more classic end of the spectrum, actor Douglas Booth, who stars in Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, wore the ultimate black tux to this year's BAFTA Awards. Douglas Booth

The crisp lines on the Brit's suit are complimented by a larger, more billowy bowtie than you'd expect, in the vein of old-fashioned James Bond movies, or more recently, Tom Ford's signature oversize neckwear.

So, who gets your vote: The style adventurer, or the classic beauty? Let us know in your comments.

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